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Polish tragety

Postby Jim M » 12 Apr 2010, 19:08

Chris ,Zgred and all our Polish friends
I'm very sorry to have heard about the death of your president and so many others in that tragic plane crash.
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Re: Polish tragety

Postby elangelo » 12 Apr 2010, 19:12

Yes, I wanted to post the condolences too. It's very sad, I couldn't believe it when I heard it had happened.
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Re: Polish tragety

Postby Tina3 » 12 Apr 2010, 21:57

I would like to add mine too. This is so tragic
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Re: Polish tragety

Postby Chris » 12 Apr 2010, 22:06

Thank you Jim, Elangelo, Tina and all those who didn't write, but wanted to...
I was at our village farmers' market on Saturday, April 10, and upon hearing the story of the presidential plane crash near Smolensk, in Russia, I thought at first the fellow who mentioned it, was just joking. Well, it turned out to be a tragic news.
We went with my wife to Warsaw early Sunday morning to lay some flowers and light a candle ("so, I'll light a candle for you...") in front of the empty presidential palace, but still guarded by the elite troops. There were already thousands of people standing there with us who had the same idea 'to go and do something'... All of us united in spirit, kept silence and were visually deeply moved.
A horrible event like this automatically brings back memories and you probably already know that we (Poles) have this saying "well, just light a candle for me" (in case something goes wrong) and Chris Rea wrote these beautiful lyrics in "Candles", using precisely this particular phrase. We all know these lyrics by heart by now, I guess.
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Re: Polish tragety

Postby Mr_Blues » 14 Apr 2010, 05:58

sad news indeed,
all the best for Poland and Polish people..
Too many good words to add here.
I better just sit back and drink beer. :)
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Re: Polish tragety

Postby Zgred » 18 Oct 2010, 21:40

Thanks to all. Indeed this is something you wouldn't even try to imagine that could happen.
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